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As expected, monomer and aggregated samples of all six tau isoforms showed equal reactivity for TNT1 and TOC1 when the samples were denatured because this exposes the epitopes making them equally accessible (Student’s t-tests, for all comparisons p > 0.05; Fig. 3C–H)

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